This is a speculative piece written from the perspective of someone alive ten years from now. -- Daisha Williams, 10th Grade
"Police brutality remains one of the biggest issues in today's society."
"The First Amendment deems it unconstitutional to deny Americans the right to peacefully protest, but protestors have been abused by the police and suppressed by the government for expressing their anger over police brutality and systemic racism" - Frankie ettinger, 11th grade
"U.S Supreme court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg, champion of the Court, gender rights, and hearts of the American people, died on September 18th of 2020 at age 87."
"In our home state of California, at least 9,650 inmates have COVID-19 according to the Marshall Project and there have been 55 recorded deaths. COVID-19 continues to run rampant through prisons and jails all across the country and so far, politicians haven’t taken action."--Frankie Ettinger, 11th grade
"Kamala Harris has made multiple headlines for being Joe Biden's running nominee for the upcoming presidential election. However, what do people in the Bay Area think of Kamala Harris?"--Kamaria Williams, 9th grade
"Institutional racism is a form of racism embedded as normal practice within a society or an organization. Many people of color experience it all the time in all aspects of their life..." - Aeryon Jackson, 10th Grade
"Facebook and Google have banned Australian media in a battle over landmark media law"--Daria Oxley, 7th grade
In order to combat disease-carrying mosquito populations, Florida is releasing hundreds of millions of genetically-modified mosquitoes into the Florida Keys.-- Margaret, 11th Grade
"Sadly, we lost a hero and a role model when Chadwick Bosemanpassed passed away on August 28th to stage three colon cancer at the age of 43."--Jayden Baasansuren, 7th grade